Archive for May, 2009
From the Press Release:
Itter states, “I am compelled to construct a surface field for the unfolding imagination — equivocal and ironic, where myriad thoughts are found and represented. The picture plane is a place where reversing figure-ground relationships seem inescapable and bound by paradoxical meanings. The simultaneous interplay of line, shape, and color presents an alternating subject continually shifting in visual posture that proposes a timeless mutable character.”
Cycle, by Tel Aviv, Israel-based Ruth Gwily is amazing. Looks like the images on her website represent just a small part of a book I’m definitely adding to my Amazon wishlist.